Expert Advise Employees Move This Work once every 3 years, Why?
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    Expert Advise Employees Move This Work once every 3 years, Why?

    Wednesday, January 13, 2016, January 13, 2016 EDT Last Updated 2016-01-14T03:41:19Z
    Jakarta - People who move around a lot of work in advance is often viewed negatively, especially by the manager or personnel. But not today where the millennial or junior employees are required to quickly learn and have lots of experience. The stigma that was already becoming obsolete and archaic considered so 'fleas' could no longer be avoided when hiring.
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    Some research also supports that opinion. One of the study published by Forbes. The research reveals that employee salaries last more than two years in a company 50% lower than the 'flea'. While people often change jobs, income and potentially have better performance.

    Patty McCord Chief Talent Officer as former Netflix also said something similar. He thought often move work is a good thing. Patty even suggested that young people change their careers every three to four years.

    "You build skills faster when changing companies because a lot of learning," said Patty told Fast Company.

    The 'flea' have always worked outside of their comfort zone. When combined with the new office, they also know they have to learn and create new boss was impressed with the fast before moving again.

    According to Penelope Truck as an entrepreneur, life will become more sustainable by frequent changing professions. He also revealed the same thing that a worker should replace his career once every three years.

    "If you do not, you do not develop the ability to work quickly so you do not have the stability of a career. You just rely on an office like in 1950 and look forward to a gold watch when stepping past 50 years in the business," said Penelope. (Ami / eny)


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